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This guest-post is authored by Pareekshit Bishnoi. Pareekshit is an advocate practicing before courts and tribunals at Delhi. He graduated from the National Law University, Odisha. Pareeskhit regularly appears before the Delhi High Court, Supreme Court, NCLT, NCLAT, and the NCDRC.  He specializes in the laws of arbitration, insolvency and bankruptcy, consumer protection, transfer of property, and negotiable instruments. Arbitral Tribunal’s Power to Re-examine Interim Reliefs decided by a Court The principle of kompetenz –…
This guest post is authored by Chintan Nirala. Chintan is an India-qualified lawyer and has recently obtained a master’s degree in international dispute resolution from King’s College, London. He graduated from University of Allahabad (BA, LLB) in 2017, where he secured the top position in the ADR course. Notably, Chintan has interned with the International Council for Commercial Arbitration (Permanent Court of Arbitration, Hague) and a Justice of the Supreme Court of India. He is…
[This is the second part of the author’s composite article originally published here on Lexology.] In the first part of this post, the Supreme Court’s decision in Perkins was analyzed in light of the parties’ right to choose an appointment procedure under Section 11(2) and the specific legislative purport of Section 12. This part attempts … Continue reading The Fate of Unilaterally Appointed Sole Arbitrators in India: Part – II
[This is the first part of the author’s composite article originally published here on Lexology.]  For arbitration clauses allowing only one party to appoint the sole arbitrator, the Supreme Court observed in Perkins Eastman Architects DPC & Anr. v HSCC (India) Limited[1] (Perkins) that the appointing party’s choice will always have an element of exclusivity … Continue reading (Via Lexology) The Fate of Unilaterally Appointed Sole Arbitrators in India: Part – I
[This post was originally published here as an update by International Law Office (ILO)]  In 2019 a three-judge bench (full bench) of the Bombay High Court had to decide whether the courts can exercise their power to grant interim or ad interim reliefs under Section 9 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 where the arbitration clause is contained in an agreement that is insufficiently stamped (Gautam Landscapes v Shailesh Shah).[1] The full bench also…
This guest post is authored by Udbhav Nanda. He is a practicing advocate at the High Court of Odisha. Udbhav is currently working at the Office of the Advocate General to the State of Odisha and frequently works on domestic arbitration and corporate litigation at the Odisha High Court and insolvency disputes at the NCLT, Cuttack. Challenging Arbitrability of Fraud before a Tribunal in India An arbitrator’s jurisdiction is ring-fenced by the terms of the…
[This article was originally written in 2016 and presented by the author at the National Conference on Arbitration on 26-27th August 2016 at ILS Law College, Pune] India’s economic policy was built on the foundations of socialist fervor. It maintained an aversive stand towards foreign investment. Consequently, India did not venture into international investment protection arrangements until the 1990s; when its prevailing economic policy became dangerously unsustainable. The Indian government then brought a sea change…
[This guest post is authored by Abhishar Vidyarthi, a fifth-year law student at Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai. He presently serves as a research assistant at Asian Arbitration and ADR Alliance, Singapore; and takes a keen interest in international commercial and investment arbitration. He can be reached at avividyarthi@gmail.com] Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is a crucial source of non-debt financial resource for the economic development of developing countries. To ensure a healthy investment framework,…
[Happy to share that the Indian Arbitration  Blog has been featured on the ‘Top 60 Indian Law Blogs and Websites To Follow in 2019’. Click here to check out the list] In 1982, IBM and Fujitsu – the world’s biggest computer giants at the time – descended into a massive legal battle after IBM alleged that Fujitsu’s software consisted of information that was copied from IBM’s programming codes. After negotiations failed, the parties resorted to…
A funded technology enterprise, SAMA (Solve All Matters Amicably) in Bangalore is looking to retain a Lead Counsel with at least 10 years of experience in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). The professional should have a deep understanding of ADR procedures – such as arbitration, mediation and conciliation. The professional will be responsible for handling the legal affairs of the entire corporation and oversee day-to-day management of disputes. The professional should have a belief in the…